Fans of American Horror Story are familiar with the show's tendency to use real-life events to inspire characters and storylines. From the real-life mystery at Roanoke to AHS' portrayal of infamous serial killers, fans love to pick out the Easter eggs hidden in each season. Not only does the show often base itself on true events, but it also pays homage to popular movies.
One of the most successful films Saoirse Ronan has been in is now on Netflix, so fans everywhere can rejoice and catch up with her repertoire (or re-watch her movies for the tenth time — whatever).
Being single on Valentine’s Day has to be one of the most common causes of FOMO (and the occasional existential crisis). But that’s not to say you can’t spend this Valentine’s Day single, happy, and enjoying the other types of love in your life! No sappy songs here—Valentine’s Day is for everyone.
As a symbol of my gratitude towards Tinder, I thought it would be fun to curate a collection of online dating success stories. I hope they inspire you to keep trying if you haven’t had luck finding your match, or remind you to be thankful if you have.
I graduated from college in December of 2019. The pandemic had not yet made landfall in the states, so I was able to experience graduation as many before me had: a morning of anticipation, a walk across the stage, a party with loved ones after. And even without having dealt with a pandemic yet, I couldn’t seem to get hired anywhere.
For Indigenous Week at Girl Soup, I had the honor and pleasure of interviewing Jordan Marie Daniel. A runner and an activist, she dedicates her life to advocating for rights for Indigenous, BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, and disabled folks.
I wrote this piece to celebrate 10 Indigenous influencers for Girl Soup's Indigenous Peoples' Week.
Your costume is on, your hair is immaculate, and your makeup even better. You head to the fridge and grab your favorite wine cooler, along with festive snacks you’ve prepared for the night ahead. You sit in front of your laptop admiring the image of yourself reflected back to you. You’re under the guise of a different persona, a different character for the evening.
Your virtual Halloween party is about to begin.
What happens when one of your favorite brands is called out for lack of inclusivity?
For my first piece on Girl Soup, I had the honor and pleasure of interviewing Anuradha Bhaumick, AKA Bookstagram’s favorite embroiderer.